promises made to farmers: IYC tells govt
Gurgaon, October 20
The Indian Youth Congress cautioned
the NDA government and the ruling INLD in Haryana to desist from
anti-farmer policy. It warned of intensifying agitation against the two
if they did not take corrective measures.
fest a soothing salve for Jhajjar sore
Jhajjar, October 20
Amid heightened tension following
the lynching of five persons in Dulina by a frenzied mob, the three-day
Rohtak Zone Youth Festival came as a breath of fresh air and helped in
scaling down passions with its sheer secular character. The festival
concluded here on Saturday.
Nirankari Baba Hardev Singhji Maharaj, his mother and spouse blessing the 25 couples who tied the knot at a simple ceremony organised by Sant Nirankari Mission.
drive proves a stinker
Faridabad, October 20
There appears to be no effect of
the ‘two-week-old special cleanliness drive’ concluded here recently
as heaps of garbage could be noticed in many parts of the town with the
civic body officials unmoved.
excellence through spiritual wisdom
Rewari, October 20
Om Shanti Retreat Centre, Brahma
Kumaris’ educational complex for higher learning, is a new sister
institution of the Praja Pita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya
(Mount Abu, Rajasthan). It is fast developing into a life-elevating
academy for men, women and children from all walks of life.
to allot land to farmers soon
Noida, October 20
The Chief Executive Officer of
Noida, Mr D. S. Bains, has ordered his staff to complete all formalities
for the allotment 10 per cent statutory land to farmers within two
New Delhi, October 20
Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj,
head of the Sawan Kirpal Ruhani Mission - Science of Spirituality and
president of the World Council of Religions, gave a spiritual talk to a
mammoth gathering at Paras grounds in Kalkaji on Friday.
teachers to launch stir if transferred
Rohtak, October 20
The Government Primary Teachers'
Union has threatened to launch an agitation if the teachers appointed or
transferred to Rohtak after January 1, 1995 were transferred to other
districts by force in the name of having surplus teachers.
- Seminar on institutes
- 584 cases settled
after Acharya Shree Tulsi
New Delhi, October 20
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit
today named the 12-kilometre stretch of road from Andheria Mod to
Gurgaon Border as Acharya Shree Tulsi Marg. Acharya Shree Tulsi was the
acharya of the Tera cult of Jain religion. A simple function was
organised near Andheria Mod in which Mrs Jaishree Panwar, Mayor of
Delhi, Mr Satbeer Singh, Chairman, Education Committee of MCD, and Mr
Ashok Jain, Deputy Chairman of Standing Committee, and prominent
disciples of Jain religion were present.
- IGNOU tie-up
- Eye specialists’ conference